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The DC PBJ Tweener Snowboard pops as high as a grumpy goose with a grip of goo balls.

Need to get nasty in the hood? Check out the DC PBJ Tweener Snowboard. This twintip park board features DC’s STRATUS core that gives you tons pop and liveliness. DC reinforced the PBJ Tweener with Kevlar for dampening, and added carbon for enhanced snap that gets you higher than a hippie eating smoked herrings. DC wrapped this jibstick with a durable bi-axial fiberglass laminate for lightweight strength. The Tweener’s sintered base is tough and easy to maintain, so you can session your favorite feature without having to stop for repairs, and Andy Howell’s topsheet artwork makes this board a true collector’s item.

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5 5

osome board

to me this is the best board i had in years i had way to many is light, flexible, and i really like the grapix in it works great at the halfpipe

4 5

Got the 144 as a park board

I don't know if it's because I rounded the nose and tail and also the contact points too much, but this thing is LOOSE. Maybe because it's a small board? Wasn't very responsive on the slopes. Tried to avoid a collision and ended up fracturing a rib.

In the park it's a different story. Things got massive pop and flexes pretty dang easy. Top sheet is glossy as heck also.

Nothing really special about this board, no short nose and tail, same effective edge, no thing tail and nose for reduced swing weight... Cant say it's the best and can't say it's the worst. Got it 50% off in Jan. so I cant complain.

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Your just a noob if you couldn't avoid a collision don't blam the board rookie